A new study has found that customers don’t value and are less inclined to buy traditionally male products if they think they’ve been manufactured by women.
Harvard Business School professor Thales Teixeira explains how decoupling drives consumer disruption.
Collecting data is not enough. It’s mining it – making sense of it and transforming it into valuable business intelligence – that’s crucial.
Pressures on traditional retailers from the internet and changes in consumer buying behaviour are compounded in the Middle East by rising costs associated with economic reforms. Here's fi...
Current tourism growth rates are unsustainable environmentally, and possibly economically and socially too. But shifting our travel mindset from being a consumer to a steward could help m...
Global e-commerce is worth a staggering $25.3 trillion - but levels of trust among consumers who are buying from countries other than their own is low. Here's how policymakers can start t...
It's up to manufacturers, retailers and regulators to convince consumers that the internet of things is safe, says Philippa Hunt of Consumers International.
Technology’s ‘raison d’etre’ has always been to simplify the complex and to increase efficiency. As the rate of innovation is increasing, the power of technology to streamline our lives h...
Mobile phone ownership in low and middle income economies is on the rise, but is generally not inclusive to women. This gap presents a huge opportunity.
Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana have joined forces with the world's leading chocolate companies to protect forests, boost farmers' livelihoods and ensure cocoa is produced sustainably.
Three-quarters of our clothing will end up burned or buried in landfill. For the fashion industry to thrive, it urgently needs to ditch the take-make-waste system.
New businesses are popping up delivering food to customers in reusable packaging - in a return to a model like traditional milk deliveries.
As the digital age hampers the success of more traditional forms of media, books are standing strong for a number of reasons.
A new initiative by a small company has compelled more than two dozen of the world’s biggest brands to begin testing reusable packaging.
Most people are willing to make changes for the good of the planet, and business can help them do that, says IKEA's CEO.